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EMMY AWARDS

From I May Destroy You sweeping up multiple nods to first-time nominations for Anya Taylor-Joy and Regé-Jean Page, here are the nominations.

Anya Taylor-Joy

Taken from the Spring 20 issue.

Anya Taylor-Joy
Taken from the Spring 20 issue.

TV and film have been a constant and comforting force during the pandemic, and, in a triumphant bid to celebrate the creatives behind some of our most beloved shows, the 73rd Emmy Award nominations have dropped, and they are littered with staggering sweeps and history-making nods.

To begin with, his year’s coveted list of nominations is full of debut appearances from some of the rising stars in the industry. The nomination of most note comes courtesy of Mj Rodriguez and her stellar performance in Pose. Not only does this stand as the actor’s first-ever Emmy nomination – for the category of Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series, no less – but it is also history in the making as this will be the first time a transgender creative has been nominated for a major category. Following in Rodriguez’s footsteps are the likes of Daniel Kaluuya, Anya Taylor-Joy, Elizabeth Olsen, Regé-Jean Page and Josh O’Connor: all of whom have received their first Emmy nominations this year.

Josh O'Connor
Regé-Jean Page
Josh O'Connor
Taken from the Spring 20 issue.
Regé-Jean Page

That is not where the celebrations stop, as the nomination list also hints towards who will be winning big at this year’s awards show. The Crown‘s tense portrayal of the royal family has seen the show rack up a staggering twenty-four nominations, whereas Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You is finally getting the recognition it deserves with nine nominations. Other displays with multiple nominations include The Weeknd’s Superbowl half-time performance, which boasts three mentions and WandaVision, which graces the list twenty-three times.

Head over to emmys.com to see the full list of nominations ahead of the award ceremony in September.

EMMY AWARDS

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